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entirely. jodi arias i'm new to this thing. it seems like she's the guiltiest person on the planet. >> only on current tv. break the ice with breath-freshening cooling crystals. ice breakers. cenk: we're back on "the young turks." now we go to the jodi arias trial where the prosecution has just wrapped up. we bring in our panel. i don't know if you're a fan of the trial or jodi arias. we have maureen estafa who's been following the trial non-stop, hasn't slept in days, and robin. robin, tell us what happened today. >> the best way to know what happened is take a look at the closing argument. >> even after slashing his throat from ear to ear a understand then even after taking his gun and shooting him in the face, she will not let him rest in peace. but now, instead of a gun instead of a knife, she uses lies. she has also attempted or gone out in search of the lime light. she has signed a manifesto just in case she becomes famous. and to top it all off she has indicated that she is innocent, that no jury will convict her that none of you will convict her after she has staged a scene for you
trial in america today. now it's time foreclosing arguments in the jodi arias legal drama. >>> santa ana winds are causing havoc for over 400 firefighters in california. >>> plus chris kelly, half of the '90s duo krisskross is found dead. >>> a florida homeowner finds four feet of mud in his home and the ad is being called the most racist commercial in history. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for thursday, may 2nd. >>> good morning. i'm richard lui. the boston bombing investigation widens. three friends of jailed suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev has been arrested and charges. nbc's tracie potts details for us. >> reporter: sources don't think that were involved in buying any materials but they do believe they may have destroyed evidence after the fact. authorities have had their eyes on the three for over a week. two have been jailed. now, robel phillipos is charged with making charged statements. dias cab buy everybody and azamat tazhayakov are charged. >> he's just as shocked as the rest of the community is. >> reporter: investigators say the suspect took a
. now it's time foreclosing arguments in the jodi arias legal drama. >> santa ana winds are causing havoc for firefighters in california. >>> plus chris kelly is found dead. >>> a florida homeowner finds four feet of mud in his home and the ad is being called the most racist commercial in history. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for thursday, may 2nd. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm mara schiavocampo. >>> the investigation into the boston marathon bombings is far from over and for you three friends of jailed friends of dzhokhar tsarnaev have been arrested and charged. >> reporter: the fbi says three days after the devastating bombing at the boston marathon three college friends of the surviving bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev fearing he may have been one of the bombers went to his college dorm and found a black pabackpack and thw it away. agents found the backpack five days ago containing those empty fireworks tubes. federal bomb technicians believe the marathon bombs were made using the explosive powder from fireworks. the three charged today,
for the last hour calling jodi arias a manipulative individual who wants to play the victim. in a big break for the defense earlier, the trial judge told a jury they can consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. arias is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing and shooting death of her boyfriend, travis alexander in 2008. she has confessed to killing him and could face the death penalty if convicted. nbc has been informing the proceedings out of phoenix for us. diana, back to the judge's decision. did that catch everyone off guard or by surprise? >> reporter: yeah, you know, everyone in the courtroom said, wow, now this jury has options. that is big a deal here. they can choose to go for a second-degree murder or a manslaughter. both of which carry sentences of years in prison as opposed to first-degree murder which carries the death penalty. so now if there is a juror that has any shred of doubt that she was a cold-blooded murderer, they can choose to go with a lesser option and that's considered a big win for the defense. i want to tell you though. this is a really tough decisi
. no injuries reported. passengers were booked on other flights. >>> sensational murder trial of jodi arias could be in the hands of a jury. nearly four moves testimony from 36 witnesses concluded late wednesday with attorneys now prepping foreclosing arguments. the 32-year-old has admitted to shooting and stabbing her then boyfriend travis alexander back in 2008 but she argues it was in self-defense. her attorney claims she was abused. prosecutors contend arias is a calculating and cold-blooded killer who can't keep her story straight. she faces the death penalty if convicted. >>> more than 400 firefighters in southern california are battling a fast-moving wildfire fueled by fierce santa ana winds. the blaze has burned 3,000 acres destroying one home and displacing hundreds of residents. >> reporter: the fast-moving fire broke out in the foot hills of the san bernardino mountains in southern california. it sent a cloud of thick black smoke billowing into the sky blanketing the nearby valley. the flames consumed one home and forced officials to evacuate a nearby neighborhood. >> she's 83 ye
the jodi arias murder trial winds down a look back at some of the biggest most talked about courtroom highlights. the california wildfires still going strong smack in the heart of the state's wine country. the wind is the key here. the very a little et cetera on what firefighters are dealing with. all of that and breaking news as the second hour of "happening now" starts right now. jenna: welcome to the second hour of "happening now." glad you're with us i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. a lot of new information coming out since we first reported the story yesterday when federal prompt queuesers charged three friends of the surviving suspect, two of them seen here in new york city's time square with the ald bomber. they are both are from kazakhstan charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice by throwing away evidence after learning their friend was a suspect in the bombing attack. a third friend is charged with lying to federal investigators about his knowledge of the cover up efforts. peter doocy is live in boston. this story is changing rapidly. what is the latest? >> reporter: the
development in three major cases, jodi arias, george zimmerman, abortion dr. kermit next. lou: new arrested in boston marathon terrorist attack, two men from kazakhstan, and men from behind bars, charged can be stck on -- obstruction of justice. thigh looked to act sessionries after the fact. but, that is not what they are charged with. >> accessory you have to be aware a crime is going to be committed, they two charged with obstruct of justice, the 2 from kazakhstan, and american, charged with lying to a federal agent, that is a greater sentence it really gets into the way of an investigation, this man was lying for over a week after the bombing, some investigation could have been messed with in some way because of that delay. lou: and they are talking about throwing away laptop computer, getting rid of 7 tubesof fireworks. and attacks. why these charges in particular. does iting is there has been -- suggestion there has been a deal made or is this beginning of a broader iestigation or is there anything to be made of it. >> right now this is a criminal complain, probably soon there will be
on the murder trial of jodi arias. prosecutor juan martinez has concluded, describing this woman as is a manipulative liar who stopped her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, planned the murder weeks in advance come a first degree murder conviction would lead to a death sentence. joining us now, attorney and former prosecutor faith jenkins, criminal defense attorney, thank you both for being here. this prosecutor, if i may just start there, he has been one of us, he has been acclaimed by at least immediate performance in this trial, what are your thoughts? >> he faces a lot of criticism, he has been called a bully, a triple, overly aggressive. there is no eyewitness that says this is what happened, and this is how he suffered and died. he told that story today, it was very riveting, and i think he did a great job. lou: jodi arias accused of stabbing alexander 27 times, shooting him in the head, slitting his throat, ear to ear. for months to put that forward and to come to a conviction for a lesser sentence. by the way, the judge just added manslaughter. in the case where someone has
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. >>> coming up, a case that's gripped the nation. new developments from the murder trial of jodi arias as closing arguments get underway today. >>> and the franken-fish that's popped up in central park. we'll have that story. >>> first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> wake up with al. no, al, wake up with us. >> we would love to invite al to our home to cook breakfast. >> hey, al, come visit atlanta. we'll meet you on peach street. >> impressive invitations, and what's going to happen is one lucky viewer is going to wake up with al, kind of. >> let's clayify that. >> we don't mean go to sleep with al. >> i'm going to go to your house and do the weather. >> we don't mean it in the martha stewart way. >> thanks for that imagery. >> we're going to meet the finalists this morning. >> they may have changed their mind by now, but we have three from across the country vying for a chance for us to do our weather forecast from their home. very exciting. >> we're terrified about another story. have you heard about this ferocious fish that has come to town. >> and as matt reminded me, this fish can l
, accused murderer jodi arias is one step closer to learning her fate in the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend. moments from now closing arguments will begin in this high-profile case, which for four straight months unfolded like a lifetime movie. but the sexually explicit revelations, sheering consistencies in arias' testimony and a laundry list of courtroom drama were all too real. nbc's diana alvear is outside the courtroom. what can we expect today? >> reporter: hi, thomas. well, they're going to start with jury instructions then they're going to head straight into closing arguments. you'll be listening for two separate kinds of arguments. prosecutors want to nail down once and for all that jodi arias committed cold-blooded premeditated murder. that she knew what she was doing when she killed travis alexander. for example, she dyed her hair a couple days before she last saw him, that she bought gas cans and filled them up so she wouldn't have to stop at a gas station. the defense wants to get the death penalty off the table. they want to do that by trying to get the jurors to see
. and passengers were booked on other flights. >>> the sensational murder trial of jodi arias could soon be in the hands of a jury. nearly four months of testimony from 36 witnesses concluded late wednesday, with attorneys prepping for closing arguments. the 32-year-old has admitted to shooting and stabbing her then-boyfriend, travis alexander, in 2008. she argues it was in self-defense. arias' lawyers says she was abused leading up to the murder. and called expert witnesses to convince jurors she suffered from posttraumatic stress. but prosecutors contend that arias is a calculating and cold-blooded killer who can't keep her story straight. >>> more than 400 firefighters in southern california are battling a fast-moving wildfire, jeweled by santa ana winds. so far, the blaze has burned nearly 3,000 acres, destroyed 1 home and displaced thousands of residents. >> reporter: the fire broke out in the san bernadino mountains. it sent a cloud of thick smoke billowing into the sky, blanketing the nearby valley. the flames consumed at least one home. and forced officials to evacuate a neighbor
. brooke? >>> i want to talk about the jodi arias trial now, because it could all boil down to what happens today. right now, closing arguments are under way in phoenix, and we have heard four months of testimony about sex, about lies, and underwear. it may all come down to arias' mental state. the defense is arguing that arias had post-traumatic stress disorder when she killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, in self defense. on the other hand, prosecution says arias had a borderline personality disorder and that the killing was premeditated. alexander was found dead in the shower with a bullet to his head and 27 stab wounds, and a slit to his throat. jodi arias spent 18 days on the stand pleading her case. now lawyers are making their final closing arguments. now, some attorneys like to save a surprise sometimes for closing arguments because it's the last thing those jurors may hold on to, and if we hear any surprise fireworks, obviously, inside that courtroom, we will let you know right away. >>> coming up next, though, this is a story that everyone is talking about today. i was talki
in the jodi arias murder trial in phoenix. the prosecution and defense are expected to take four to five hours each, so this could spill into tomorrow. arias is accused of killing her boyfriend travis alexander in 2008. she insists she was acting in self-defense. >>> a saudi arabian diplomat living in an upscale home in washington, d.c. suburb is a focus of a human trafficking investigation this morning. federal officials say they removed two filipino women from his home in virginia. they claim they were being mistreated, the women did. the diplomat has not been identified yet. >>> the national rifle association getting a new president, alabama attorney jim porter will take over the top spot starting on monday. he will replace current president whose two-year term concludes this week at the nra's annual meeting in houston. porter has a long history with the nra. his father served as the nra president from 1959 to 1960. of course, often the public face of the nra is the executive director, not the president. but jim porter is take over as president. >>> 46 minutes after the hour. ahead, the dau
and identified him as a terror suspect. >>> and closing arguments in the jodi arias murder trial this morning in phoenix. we understand the prosecution are expected to take four to five hours each so they could spill over into tomorrow. the judge will then instruct jurors before deliberations begin. arias is accused of killing her boyfriend, travis alexander in 2008 and she insists she was acting in self-defense. >>> henry kissinger is giving hillary clinton a reason to consider a presidential run in 2016. at an awards dinner last night in washington, kissinger pointed out that secretaries of state have a good track record when it comes to winning presidential elections. six of them, he says, have gone on to become commander in chief. >> i want to tell hillary when she misses the office, she looks at the history of secretary of state there might be hope for a fulfilling life afterwards. [ applause ] >> he presented hillary clinton with the atlantic council's distinguished leadership award last night. >> i did not know this next story like the city they call home. >> i knew it. >> they're prov
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